The Freemans empire continues to grow. In addition to an eatery, men’s grooming salons and bespoke tailoring studios, renaissance man Taavo Somer has gone global, opening a Tokyo branch of his highly curated, men’s clothing shop, Freeman’s Sporting Club. F.S.C.’s driving philosophy is creating a haven for quality clothing made in the USA by skilled artisans – a mantra that Man of the World truly appreciates. This ethos still remains intact for their new store; the field has opened up to include notable Japanese handcrafted brands like Tokyo-based accessories maker, Superior Labor.
The new Aoyama store is quite massive – it’s 5 floors and 6,500 sq.ft housing a Bench-made Bespoke suiting studio, barbershop, a bar serving cocktails created by Jim Meehan, and even a 100-ft vertical garden in an outdoor atrium.
See more images of the Freemans Sporting Club Tokyo shop below, and whenever you’re in Japan, it’s certainly a worthy place to visit.